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When Fred writes a physics paper, she's invited to her old college as a guest lecturer. Angel, Gunn and Wes show up to support her as she speaks in front of all her former professors. But when a portal opens up over Fred's head, it becomes clear that something supernatural is happening to her... Again. Written by katierose295

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Angel and Gunn question a man in a comic book store. When they throw him against a stand of comics he says that they're "crushing the Dark Horses," referencing Dark Horse Comics, the company that publishes the "Buffy" and "Angel" comics. Before leaving the store, Angel is also seen reading a comic book with the Dark Horse logo visible on the cover. See more »

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So Fred made the noose that took out the evidence.
17 August 2009 | by (http://atheism.community.officelive.com/quotes.aspx) – See all my reviews

So to speak...

Unlike Buffy's defeat of Glory, the conclusion of this episode works a lot worse ethically speaking. I don't want to talk spoilers, but suffice it to say that Buffy made sure Glory was left alive. Getting off on a technicality should not be what life is about, what this show is about.

I've read that one difference between Buffy and Angel is that the former clearly delineated good from wrong. All too often, I feel, the latter takes the question too lightly.

This episode exemplifies that.


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